Lisp programmer/Sr. Systems Engineer, Nyack NY

Two Lisp jobs, direct from the source:

Expert Lisp Programmer  – Nyack, NY
We are looking for a hands-on senior Common Lisp programmer to help us complete an innovative business solution being built on core human principles.  The candidate will have significant in-depth experience with AI and object-oriented programming in Lisp. Ideally, the candidate should have some familiarity with Machine Learning and Knowledge Representation techniques.  An advanced degree is preferred. However, consideration will also be given to persons with outstanding experience.

http://newyork.craigslist.org/wch/sof/513443919.html

Lisp/AI Senior Systems Engineer  – Nyack, NY
We are looking for a hands-on, senior lisp/AI programmer to help us develop an innovative business solution being built on core human principles.  The candidate will have significant in-depth experience programming AI projects in Common Lisp (Allegro and SBCL are used) and CLOS. Ideally, the candidate should have a background in Knowledge Representation, and Machine Learning.  Experience with Natural Language Processing is a plus. While fluency in Lisp and object-oriented programming is a requirement,  fluency in Java and/or Ruby is a plus.  Knowledge of SOA, object frameworks and the like is also a plus.

A qualified candidate will be a Senior Developer for a healthcare development organization.  The candidate must be able to thrive in a rapid development environment requiring minimal supervision and direction. The target clients are hospitals, wishing to deploy easily over the web.

The ideal candidate will have at least 5 years of IT and Lisp experience with excellent written and oral communication skills. An advanced degree is preferred, but experienced candidates will be considered as well.  We offer competitive compensation and benefits and a collaborative work environment

http://newyork.craigslist.org/wch/sof/513438157.html

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.NET Wizard, Houston, Texas

Not really a Lisp job, but I’m a sucker for a well-written job ad.

The technology we work on has a bit of something for everyone: non-trivial usability questions (just how does one clearly design a user interface for specifying the boundary conditions of a multi-hundred-million year heat flow equation?), serious performance challenges (gigabytes for breakfast, linux clusters for lunch), software engineering challenges, and a user base the sun never sets on (want to make friends with someone in Indonesia?)

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